We have talked here previously about the strange things that seem to be going on with the weather, climate, et cetera these days. Among these seem to be a confluence of "unusual" earthquake activity. Now, one can add Oklahoma to the list that includes Colorado and Virginia from just a few months ago.
We must understand, of course, that earthquakes in these areas are not unheard of, but what is unusual is that they suddenly seem to be occurring with a strange frequency unseen in recent times. Broadening our focus, one can also find a correlation with unusual quakes outside the U.S.: a Magnitude 6.6 quake hit in Indonesia not long ago uncomfortably close to the Lake Toba Super-Volcano; and, of course, who could ever forget the disastrous and tragic quake that struck Haiti in 2010, described as the strongest in 200 Years?
I could be crazy, but my instincts tell me something odd is happening, perhaps eventually culminating in an almost unthinkably horrendous future disaster.
I also find it interesting that this past weekend's quake in Oklahoma might have been predicted months ago.